In the last year, Apple introduced iOS 8 when the phone before updating the remaining storage space is required to have the support of at least 4.7G (some models of ipad even require up to 7G). This led to widespread complaining users, but this phenomenon has been greatly improved in iOS 9 in.
According to reports, the new version of iOS 9 will provide more intelligence experience, when you pick up the iPhone the first time in the morning, it will automatically suggest the need to open the APP according to your daily habits. Browser search, mail and other historical usage records, will be recorded phone down and generate reminders. But you have nothing to worry about data leakage, all records will only be stored in the device. Apple ID is not associated with, nor shared with third parties.
Meanwhile, Apple announced at the meeting the new OS X system, which is named OS X El Capitan. According to reports, OS X El Capitan on the performance of the whole system is performed improved.
The new system added to the split-screen mode, you can cross-screen operation; new gestures can make a lot more simple and quick operation, such as deleting a message from the message APP Lane; the Safari joined the pinned tab, the page mute small function. Craig Federighi also announced El Capitan will be officially launched this autumn Free, global users can update for free.
There is no doubt that the iOS 9 and new OS X system will bring Apple users a lot of surprises and expectations. However, many users that owning iPhone and Mac at the same time may found that theirs data on iPhone was lost after updating to iOS 9, fortunately, this article is going to tell you three ways to restore lost iPhone data on Mac after iOS 9 upgrade by using iPhone Data Recovery for Mac, please keep reading the following detailed tutorial.
iPhone Data Recovery for Mac is the world's 1st data recovery for Mac of iPhone, as well as iPod and iPad. This program providing the most professional solutions for users to recover lost or deleted contacts, messages, photos, notes, etc. from iPhone, iPad and iPod touch for Mac users. It's fully compatible with iTunes 12.1, iOS 10/9, iPhone 6, iPhone 6 Plus, iPhone 6S and iPhone 7, etc.
Download the trial version of iPhone Data Recovery for free on your Mac and follow the details to recover your lost data with a click.
Three Ways To Recover iPhone Lost Data On Mac After Updating To iOS 10/9
Ways 1 Directly Recover iPhone On Mac Without Backup
Step 1. Launch the program and connect your iPhone to Mac
After downloading iPhone Data Recovery for Mac, install and run it on your computer. Then you can connect your iPhone. After that, you can see the window of the program on the right.
Step 2. Begin scanning your iPhone for lost data
You can directly click "Start Scan" on the window above to scan your iPhone and find data on it.
Step 3. Preview and restore lost iPhone data to your Mac
When the scan is completed, you can check all found data in the scan result generated by the program, such as photos, videos, contacts, text messages, iMessages, notes, calendar, call log, whatsApp conversations, and more. Select what you want and click "Recover". If you're trying to recover text messages, iMessage, contacts, or notes, when you click "Recover", a pop-up will ask: "Recover to Computer" or "Recover to Device". If you want to put these messages back to your iPhone, click "Recover to Device".
Ways 2 Extracting to Recover iPhone Lost Data from iTunes Backup
Step 1. Select a recovery mode of "Recover from iTunes Backup File"
Step 2. Choose and extract iTunes backup file
Step 3. Check and recover lost iPhone data
Ways 3 Retrieve iPhone Lost Data from Extracted iCloud Backup
Step 1. Click the last mode "Recover from iCloud Backup File", then sign in your iCloud account.
Step 2. Select one of the backup files in the iCloud and have it downloaded
Step 3. Scan the iPhone File and Retrieve Them
Backup iPhone Data to PC Before Upgrade
Exit iPhone Recovery Mode After iOS 10/9 Upgrade
Transfer Data from Old iPhone to New iPhone (One iDevice to Another)